SATURDAY FEBRUARY 1, 1986 – SUNDAY FEBRUARY 23, 1986
Across various media such as performance, video, photography, film, models, and constructed environments, Dan Graham’s works investigate space and perception, actor and the audience, as well as the mechanism of vision in shaping public and private life. His projects do not conform to the paired distinctions of art and architecture, public and private, but take them to a new inquiry. As the first to be held at Storefront’s new gallery space at 97 Kenmare Street, this exhibition feature Graham's three projects: Two Adjacent Pavilions, first shown at Documenta 7, Pavilion/ Sculpture, created for a site at the Argonne National Laboratory, and Alteration to a Suburban House. All three incorporated reflective mirror, with opaque and transparent surfaces to create new patterns of perception.